New York - An unemployed 28 year-old Puerto Rican from New York known by his hacking screen name 'Sabu' may be descended from a famous French dynasty that gave its name to a Cathar fortress.
Hector Xavier Monsegur has been charged with 12 counts of criminal conspiracy to engage in computer hacking in what the FBI said today was part of an evidence agreement made with him shortly after his arrest in 2011.
Some research into the accused's family name shows he could be connected to the the famous French Pyrenean stronghold of Château de Montségur which in 1233 became the official seat - or domicilium et caput - of the breakaway Cathar church.
Legend has it these Cathars owned the Holy Grail, a pre-Constantinian collection of contemporary Judean scripts that were eventually replaced with the spectacular forgery known as the New Testament.
The Cathar tome effectively rubbished the Four Gospels as a shallow patriarchal PR stunt - something that enraged god-fearing Papists and their messianic war again st women.
No wonder then that the Cathar sect despised the Vatican for their fraudulent Jesus deception and condemned the crucifiction mythology for which they were persecuted - and slaughtered en masse - after getting seriously up the Pope's Nose.
In March 1244 their Chateau was razed to the ground by troops commanded by local Papist thug Hugues de Arcis who murdered over 220 Cathar parfaits by burning them at the stake.
"Gobsmacking!" Someone who has absolutely nothing to do with 'Sabu', the FBI and the entire LulzSec business said this evening.
Gary McKinnon is nearly 127.